Where Have All the Birds Gone?: Pollinators in Crisis

By Rebecca E. Hirsch

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Publisher Lerner Imprint Twenty-First Century Books ISBN


Where Have All the Birds Gone?: Pollinators in Crisis

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Birds are everywhere—on land, on water, in the skies. But bird populations, especially in North America, are declining—drastically. Rebecca E. Hirsch, author of Where Have All the Bees Gone?, looks closely at another crisis in nature. Scientists have discovered immense losses in bird populations across the continent, but what are the consequences? Read about the vast impacts birds have on ecosystems, food systems, and our mental health and what we can do to protect them. Experts are turning to infrastructure changes—windows and lights, habitat protection, and safer farming and feeding practices. Community education is vital for birds’ survival.

Author’s note. Glossary. Source notes. Selected bibliography. Suggestions for further information. Index. Full-color photographs, maps, and illustrations.
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